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S.K.H. Ling Oi Primary School
Yuen Long   POA : 73 
Address: 15 Ma Miu Road, Yuen Long, N.T.
Phone:   24774109    Email:
Fax:   24741700    Website:
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School Information School Information
Supervisor/ Chairman of Management Committee : Rev. Chan Wing Fung
School Head : Mr. Tse Si Chuen
Incorporated Management Committee been established? : Established
School Type : Aided
Whole Day
Student Gender : Co-ed
Sponsoring Body : Anglican (Hong Kong) Primary Schools Council Limited
Religion : Protestantism / Christianity
Year of Commencement of Operation : 1934
School Motto : We're called not to be served but to serve.
School Size : About 1771 Sq. M
Through-train Secondary School : -
Feeder Secondary School : -
Nominated Secondary School : -
Medium of Instruction : Chinese(incl.: Putonghua) and English
School Bus Service :


Parent-Teacher Association : Yes
Old Students' Association/ School Alumni Association : Yes
2020/2021 Annual School Charges 2020/2021 Annual School Charges
School Fee : -
Tong Fai :


PTA Fee : $60
Approved Charges for Non-standard Items : $310
Other Charges : -
School Facilities School Facilities
Number of Classroom(s) : 12
Number of School Hall(s) : 1
Number of Playground(s) : 1
Number of Library(ies) : 1
Special Rooms : Seven special rooms including English room, a visual art room, music room, activity room, two remedial classrooms and an information technology learning centre.
Facility(ies) for Supporting Students with Special Educational Needs : Ramp, Accessible lift and Accessible toilet.
Others : General Office, Conference Room, staff room, Assistant Masters' Room, the Principal's office, PTA office.
Teaching Staff Information (Including School Head) in the 2019/2020 school year Teaching Staff Information (Including School Head) in the 2019/2020 school year
Number of teaching posts in the approved establishment : 28
Total number of teachers in the school : 37
Qualifications and professional training (%)
Teacher Certificate / Diploma in Education : 100%
Bachelor Degree : 100%
Master/ Doctorate Degree or above : 43%
Special Education Training : 68%
Years of Experience (%)
0 - 4 years : 0%
5 - 9 years : 14%
10 years or above : 86%
Class Structure Class Structure
2018/19 School Year
P1 Number of classes : 2
P2 Number of classes : 2
P3 Number of classes : 2
P4 Number of classes : 2
P5 Number of classes : 2
P6 Number of classes : 2
Total : 12
2020/21 School Year (Based on the approval of EDB in 2020)
P1 Number of classes : 2
P2 Number of classes : 2
P3 Number of classes : 2
P4 Number of classes : 2
P5 Number of classes : 2
P6 Number of classes : 2
Total : 12
Mode of teaching at different levels
Putonghua is the medium of instruction when teaching Chinese Language. English lessons are held in an English speaking environment. Small and large groupings are utilized to cater for the diverse learning needs of students. Co-teach lessons are held to help pupils who have learning difficulties in Chinese, English and Mathematics.
Performance Assessment Performance Assessment
Number of test(s) per year : 0
Number of exam(s) per year : 2
Streaming arrangement : Students of a grade are evenly grouped into two classes according to their conduct, learning abilities, interests and their academic results.
Diversified Assessment for Learning : Formative assessment and summative assessment schemes as well as qualitative and quantitative assessments are implemented.
School Life School Life
Number of School Days per week : 5
Number of periods per day : 9
Duration of each normal period : 35
School starts at : 8:20 AM
School ends at : 3:30 PM
Lunch time : 12:40 - 13:30
Lunch arrangement : Provided by designated supplier and Prepared by parents.
Healthy school life : Healthy eating activities are held daily (i.e. Fruit Day from Mondays to Fridays) and we often have projects aimed at creating a healthier eating culture in the school (e.g. the 'Healthy Snacks’ project and the 'Eat Full' card award scheme). Our tuck shop only supplies low-fat and low-sugar healthy snacks to encourage our students to keep on eating healthily.
Remarks : Our school has joined the Health Promoting Schools (HPS) programme this year to take a step towards more healthy eating on campus. It is an effective and comprehensive whole-school appoach to improve students' physical, mental and social health in our school. As well as joining this programme, we also participate in the 'Joyful Fruit Month' programme to promote daily fruit eating habit in our school.
Life-wide Learning Life-wide Learning
We have a diverse programme of extra-curricular activities, focusing on academic, physical and aesthetic development. These programmes include the Mathematics Olympiad, a choral speaking team, a choir, the Brownies and Cub Scouts, a Community Youth Club, violin, drum and bugle classes, ball games and swimming, rope-skipping, a hip-hop class, tae kwon do, martial arts, chess, a Christian fellowship, an environmental protection team, voluntary service, STEM activities, a number of excursions, and more.
School Mission School Mission
We aim to provide students with essential life-long learning experiences for whole-person development in the domains of ethics, intellect, physical development, social skills, aesthetics and spiritual development. We endeavour to provide students with learning opportunities that will cultivate positive values and attitudes towards life and society.
School Characteristics School Characteristics
School Management
School Management Organisation : The Incorporated Management Committee (IMC) supervises school development. The Principal leads the School Development Group to plan and organise this development. Through whole staff meetings all teachers are given the opportunity to discuss and assess the effectiveness of these policies and plans. Furthermore, the establishment of the Staff-Management Consultative Team facilitates communication between the teachers and the IMC. Going beyond the traditional school structure, the establishment of the Parent-Teacher Association and the Alumni Association facilitates communication and co-operation between the school, the parents, and the alumni.
Incorporated Management Committee / School Management Committee/ Management Committee : The Incorporated Management Committee consists of thirteen members, comprising Sponsoring Body Managers, Independent Managers, Teacher Managers, Parent Managers and Alumni Manager.
School Green Policy : The School Green Group holds activities to promote the protection of the environment, to lead a simple life and to love and keep our school environment clean and green.
School's Major Concerns : To enhance the efficiency of learning and teaching, reinforce students' sense of responsibility and eagerness in serving others.
Learning and Teaching Plan
Learning & Teaching Strategies : We have implemented a number of programmes and approaches to enrich our pupils learning experiences. By providing Life-wide Learning and cross-curricular activities based on genuine contexts and authentic settings, we foster our pupils' whole-person development and generic skills. We offer special educational projects for our gifted pupils and school-based counselling programmes with the aim of catering for learner diversity. We have also improved our IT infrastructure and upgraded our hardware to enhance teaching and learning. Drama lessons have been added to both our Chinese and English curriculums. All of these have been designed and implemented in a school-based context, to specifically suit our pupils' needs and abilities. We are also committed to promoting LBD (learning by doing) and STEM education to develop student's generic skills in creativity, exploring, problem solving and communication.

Development of Key Tasks : The school library organises various activities, including the reading award scheme, a reading-sharing activity, a reading corner and so on. These promote positive reading habits to our students and help them develop their self-learning abilities. The ITLC and our multi-media classrooms are well used by teachers from every subject for interactive teaching and learning.
School-based counselling projects, growth education lessons and religious studies help our students cultivate their nine generic skills and develop positive attitudes and values through this moral, civic and spiritual educational approach.
Development of Generic Skills : Cultivate and enhance the pupils' various generic skills in different subjects by running the "One pupil, One sport, One art, One service" scheme which includes more than 40 interest groups and extra-curricular activities.
Promotion of Positive Values and Attitudes : With the help of Moral education and home-school co-operation, we aim at fostering our pupils' whole person development by nurturing their positive values and attitudes.
Student Support
Whole School Approach to Catering for Learner Diversity : This year we designated a teacher to take up the role of Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) to lead the student support team. In addition to this, an assistant teacher has been recruited to support integrated education. We adopt a whole-school approach and all teachers collaborate to provide all-round support for those with special educational needs. There are two class teachers per class. Co-teaching and different kinds of learning support programmes have also been implemented.

Whole School Approach to Integrated Education : Whole School Approach: All teachers collaborate to provide all-round support for those with special educational needs.
Education Support for Non-Chinese Speaking(NCS) Students : Our school provides additional support for NCS students to facilitate their learning of Chinese: arranging intensive Chinese learning and teaching mode(s), e.g. pull-out learning if necessary, split-class/group learning, etc; and organising cultural integration activities. After school support.
Curriculum Tailoring and Adaptation : We design different types of assignments to cater for individual differences. Various courses are designed for both the gifted and less able pupils.
Home-school Co-operation and School Ethos
Home-School Co-operation : We strengthen home-school co-operation by holding parents' day, pre-school information day and talks for parents. Parents can express their ideas on the school web. The Parent-teacher Association has been operating for ten years. There are different activities for students and parents. The parent-volunteer team is very active in participating in school events. Parents can understand more about the PTA and the school by reading the school magazine.
School Ethos : A peaceful school culture, free from pretence, combined with a pragmatic working team.
Our school focuses on developing students' sense of responsibility and their self-reflection abilities. Students are expected to learn from serving others, embodying our school motto---not to be served but to serve. We also emphasize the development of moral and national education.
Future Development
School Development Plan : Students are provided with an excellent learning environment through which, multiple-intelligence activities promote learning to learn as a foundation for their life-long learning. We promote specialised teaching. All language teachers attain a subject major degree. A self-evaluation process is undertaken at school level. The entire school strives to promote the effectiveness of the self-evaluation program and to ensure the quality of the program. Keep on raising teacher's professional development, especially their ability to cater for pupils' individual differences.
Teacher Professional Training & Development : Through co-planning and teaching, lesson observation, school-based teacher development and EDB training courses, our teachers' knowledge base and teaching approaches continually develop and improve. Our school has been a member of the QEF Thematic Network (QTN) "Systematic Analysis for Enhancing Assessment Literacy through Assessment as Learning" project for three years. Our teachers have learnt how to develop school-based assessment objectives and use systematic analysis on assessment literacy. Our teachers make good use of assessment data to review students’ overall performance, improve teaching strategies and facilitate learning.
Others : Outstanding Awards sponsored by the Anglican (Hong Kong) Primary Schools Council and other scholarship have been given to outstanding pupils who have excelled in their conduct, academic results and extra-curricular activities. Every year pupils take part in over 228 events, including Sports Day, swimming gala, ball games, writing, speaking and choral speaking competitions, music competitions and the Mathematical Olympiad. Last year pupils won an amazing 1191 awards.
Also, every year our pupils join study tours to China. This raises their sense of belonging to China and increases their knowledge & understanding of Chinese history and culture. Moreover, our students also join Singapore and Australia exchange programmes to improve students' English proficiency.
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  • Our students can  join the Singapore exchange programme to share STEM learning experiences with overseas students.
    Our students can join the Singapore exchange programme to share STEM learning experiences with overseas students.
  • Our pupils visited some of the S.K.H. out-of-the-ordinary churches to feel the atmosphere in special churches.
    Our pupils visited some of the S.K.H. out-of-the-ordinary churches to feel the atmosphere in special churches.
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